Sponsored by the YES Clinical Committee, this webinar will focus on understanding the phaco-dynamics and fluidics of the machine in special situations such as intra-operative floppy iris and in post-vitrectomy eyes.
Throughout the year, the ASCRS Clinical Committees offer webinars on a variety of surgical and clinical topics. The topics are selected for timeliness and relevance of interest to our members. Whether you caught the live web seminar or are watching via the archived library, this unique educational offering allows you to learn from top experts in the field, in the comfort of your own surroundings.
Wet AMD Management and Cataract Surgery
Sponsored by the ASCRS Retina Clinical Committee, this webinar will teach how to achieve best outcomes when managing AMD and the cataract patient.
Modern LASIK Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction: A Deep Dive Into What We Learned From the PROWL Study
Sponsored by the Refractive Surgery Clinical Committee, this webinar will allow the learner to best educate patients on the benefits of LASIK surgery and how to achieve optimal patient satisfaction and best outcomes based on analysis of the latest data from the PROWL study.
Phaco FUNdamentals: How Can You Make Your Machine Work For You? (Part 4)
The fourth in the ASCRS Phaco FUNdamentals series sponsored by the Young Eye Surgeons Committee, this webinar will focus on modulating settings for special situations, covering aspiration, vacuum, bottle height, and phaco power. Discussion will also cover optimizing parameters for phaco chop and... more
Phacodynamics of the Rock Hard Cataract
Sponsored by the Cataract Clinical Committee, this webinar will cover phacodynamics, techniques, and OVDs for the rock hard cataract, including machine specifics and femto laser-assisted considerations.
The ASCRS webinar series addresses important clinical issues directly relevant to our... more
Phaco FUNdamentals: Expecting the Unexpected (Part 3)
The third in the ASCRS Phaco FUNdamentals series sponsored by the Young Eye Surgeons Committee, this webinar will focus on modulating settings for both dense and very soft cataracts and explore the surgical adjustments needed in cases of zonular laxity, such as pseudoexfoliation.
The Changing World of Dry-Eye Disease Diagnosis and Management
Sponsored by the Cornea Clinical Committee, this webinar will teach attendees about the latest in dry-eye pathophysiology, clinical exam and testing options, treatment strategies, and how to counsel your patient in 10 minutes or less. Hosted by Clara Chan, MD, and featuring Francis Mah, MD,... more
Corneal Tomography and Topography for the Cataract and Refractive Surgeon
Sponsored by the ASCRS Cornea Committee, this web seminar will address how the cataract and refractive surgeon can best optimize topography and tomography to achieve better surgical results and will discuss anterior segment imaging. This ASCRS web seminar series addresses important clinical... more
Phaco FUNdamentals: Getting Yourself Out of Trouble (Part 2)
The second in the ASCRS Phaco FUNdamentals series sponsored by the Young Eye Surgeons Committee, this webinar will focus on phaco fundamentals, including specific changes for complex phaco cases through detailed case studies.
The ASCRS webinar series addresses important clinical issues... more
Managing Residual Refractive Error after Cataract Surgery
Sponsored by the Refractive Surgery Clinical Committee, this web seminar will discuss refractive enhancements after cataract surgery as well as how to manage residual refractive error after cataract surgery.